The European Council
Evaluating the soft power impact of China on the European member states.
Coordinating Member States Policies According to EU Laws.
The Council of the European Union works to provide a voice for the twenty-eight member states of the European Union. While the European Parliament and Commission work to advance the interests of the union as a whole, the Council provides members with a forum to express their individual interests. Alongside the Parliament, the Council acts as the legislature of the European Union, forming the laws which direct the world’s most powerful supranational institution. Its Justice and Home Affairs Council brings together the ministers of justice and home affairs from each member state to coordinate action relating to migration, asylum, citizenship, discrimination, trafficking, and terrorism.